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MPSA’s 74th annual conference re-cap

Earlier this month, we touched down in Chicago, Illinois for the Midwest Political Science Association’s 74th Annual Conference. We may not have loved the snowy weather in April, but we really enjoyed seeing so many of our authors and other visitors who stopped by the OUP booth. Both @OUPPolitics and @mpsanet were busy live tweeting, and you can see some of the conference activity by checking out #MPSA16 or #MPSA2016. OUP also manned a table at the Tech Demo Station, where conference attendees could stop by to learn more about the interactive tool, Social Explorer.

 

Seth Masket takes a minute at our OUP booth to take a picture with "The Inevitable Party"
Seth Masket takes a minute at our OUP booth to take a picture with his latest book “The Inevitable Party”
The man of the hour, Arthur Lupia poses with his  title Uninformed at the OUP Booth
Nadia E. Brown had her hands full at MPSA, but she made time to show off Sisters in the Statehouse

MPSA Top Sellers

  1. Arthur Lupia’s Uninformed: Why People Seem to Know So Little about Politics and What We Can Do about It
  2. Lawrence Jacobs’ and Desmond King’s Fed Power: How Finance Wins
  3. Edward Foley’s Ballot Battles: The History of Disputed Elections in the United States
  4. Mark D. Brewer and Jeffrey M. Stonecash’s Polarization and the Politics of Personal Responsibility

We’d like to thank everyone who attended or participated via social media.

Featured Image Credit: “Chicago” by Tony Webster CC-BY-2.0 via Flickr

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